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. this is a fox news alert. we are seeing the two images that the f.b.i. is labeling as suspects in the boston mara thon bombing. they are known as suspect number one and suspect number two. the f.b.i. released video and still pictures and asked the public's help in identifying these two men. they are considered arm dangerous. we fascinating role of social media . we start with rick levan thal with the last on the pictures. >> dramatic developments in the hour. good news and bad news. the bad news, is that the f.b.i. would not release these still photos if they knew who these guys were. if they spent any time in the united states and based on the video and photographs. someone will reck - recognize them and the f.b.i. could give them the information it needs . we'll show you the radio and stills. suspect number one wearing a dark jacket and hat and backpack and wearing khakies. the suspect number two wearing it backgrounds and dark jacket and jeans . suspect number two was seen putting his backpack down in the site of the second explosion and walking west on bolston street after planting that
>> pelley: tonight, the f.b.i. zeros in on a picture from the boston bombing. one security camera caught a person who is now the subject of a manhunt, and we know more about the marathon bombs from the parts found in the wreckage. bob orr, john miller and elaine quijano on the investigation. the senate has decided the fate of national gun control. >> so, all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. >> pelley: chip reid has the results. a threat to the president was intercepted before it reached the white house. wyatt andrews has the story. there's a break in the case of the murdered prosecutors in texas. manuel bojorquez is there. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. we have uncovered some new developments in the boston marathon bombing, and we will have those in just a moment. but first, there is a major breaking story out of washington tonight: the gun control legislation written after the newtown massacre has been scuttled in its entirety by the united states senate. moments ago, standing with paren
fire in waco caught the nation's attention. on april 19, 1993, a 51-day stand off between the f.b.i. and a religious consult ended in a tragic fire, 76 cult members died in the place. another six branch davidians and four federal agents died in a bun embattle head by david koresh who refused to surrender. >> abc7 news reporter is headed to west, texas, to bring us live coverage of the explosion with reports later today on abc7 news. she will tweet updates for us, as well. we will have continued you abc7news.com and you can f u on twitter@abcnewsbayarea. with breaking news developments they will be there several law enforcement agencies could be looking at two potential suspects in the boston bombings, one at each blast site. president obama visited boston for an enter faith service to pay tribute to the victims of the bombings. today, a grieving city is trying to he. president obama and the first lady joined in an interfaith service dedicated to the victims of the bombing and offered support and encourage m our prayers are with the injured. we will be with you as you learn to stand,
iraq, just like the murrah building in oklahoma city. >> brown: then, the f.b.i. released photos of two suspects in the boston bombings. we update the investigation, as the president and first lady attend a prayer service in the city to mourn the victims and offer words of hope. >> even when our heart aches, we summon the strength that maybe we didn't even know we had. and we carry on; we finish the race. >> suarez: hari sreenivasan reports on the increased use of drones here at home, amid growing concerns about privacy and their use down the road. >> brown: a new path to citizenship for the country's 11 million un-documented immigrants was unveiled today by a bi- partisan group of senators. margaret warner talks to one of them, dick durbin of illinois. >> suarez: and we sit down with the head of the world bank, jim yong kim, about his new push to tackle extreme poverty around the globe. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by th
of the suspected bomber. the f.b.i. is examining photographs including some taken at a lord&taylor store showing a man near the finish line with a cell phone and a black back across his chest. if the f.b.i. has a face from the video at the lord & taylor or from local division, they may be able to use facial recognition software so run the face against databases. >> in addition to video and foes the tech agents are examining debris in the remains of a pressure cooker recovered at the crime scene. >> they can identify the items down to, perhaps, the type of bag, the type of axle rapt, the type of detonator, all that becomes extremely important in a trial if you can match those items to a particular suspect. >> in addition to speaking of the victim, president obama will talk about the first responders and the heroes. >> the 11-year-old martinez boy injured in the bombings is recovering from more surgery. aaron hern suffered a deep thigh wound and other injuries while watching his mom finish the marathon. she says his surgery went well and no skin grafts were needed. the family is getting support fr
, quickly dismissed by f.b.i. and boston police. but there have been significant developments. cctv recovered from a department store just across the road from the second bombing scene, enhanced by f.b.i. experts, shows someone carrying a very heavy bark putting it into place. this man, they can identify the clothes he was wearing. there might even be a face to be seen. what they don't have at the moment is a name. the police believe that the forensic examinations they've carried out over the last 48 hours have been vitally important and that every hour they're getting closer to piecing together exactly what happened on monday and who was responsible. >> meanwhile, the f.b.i. has identified the man suspected of an attempted biological attack on the u.s. president. he was arrested in the southern state of mississippi in the last few hours. obama and senator roger wicker was sent letters containing what is thought to be ricin, a ighly toxic substance. he once ruled pakistan, but now pervez musharraf is a wanted man. he had been living in self-imposed exile in dubai and lone don't past
. earlier, the f.b.i. released photos of remnants of the bombs made out of pressure cookers and the black nylon bags that concealed them. one of the pressure cooker lids was catapulted to a nearby rooftop. and investigators kept sifting the crime scene for more clues today. all three people killed in the bombings have now been identified-- eight-year old martin richard, 29-year-old krystle campbell and lu lingzi, a chinese graduate student at boston university. last night, neighbors and friends of martin richard and his family held a candlelight vigil near a baseball diamond and field where he used to play. >> everybody knows them, everybody loves them. it's just unthinkable, you know, anybody's little boy, was our little boy. >> reporter: boston common was the site of another vigil last night. several hundred turned out to sing and pay tribute to those killed, and the more than 170 injured. >> bostonians and people who are here are resilient and we come together in the hardest times and the best times so you know it's still great to be a bostonian. >> reporter: and in washington today, s
from the blast sites. f.b.i. says was a pressure cooker that held one of the bombs that exploded during the boston marathon. of a pressure cooker on the 2. this is shredded black backpack that the f.b.i. says contained one of the believed to be in it. come appeared to be a battery one of these online. this and liftchargeable. it is advertised as having a "very long" fox's lot in remote control cars. the device were found and measured. officials said the pressure cookers were filled and black powder. 5. this looks like wires. the explosive devices were triggered by "kitchen-type" the recovered parts include part of a circuit board, which might have been used to detonate a device. a law enforcement official said monday's bombs were probably detonated by timers. 6. another piece of a pressure cooker was found at a blast site. forensic and components of the homemade devices were container, could help manufacturer and possibly buyer. wethis is a different view of the bombing. >> pam:these pictures were taken from a nearby office building and show the chaos coming up at 5:30. we have new imag
the bombs exploded. an f.b.i. press conference scheduled for 5:00 p.m. was postponed due to a bomb scare. as of this taping the press conference hasn't taken place. here's a report from the cbs news with scott pelley. >> reporter: sources say investigators are trying to identify a person identified as a young white man who was scene in the crowd near the second bombing before the device exploded. a surveillance camera at a nearby lord & taylor department store captured images of the man who was carrying a backpack and talking on a cell phone. sources say he was wearing a black jacket, gray hoodie and a white baseball cap which was backwards on his head. investigators say the man-- who seemed to be alone-- put the backpack on the ground. then when the first explosion occurred at the finish line about a hundred yards down boylston street, he took off. just a few seconds later, the second bomb exploded near where the man had been standing. investigators now are going through cell phone logs to determine who made calls from that location near the time of the explosions. sources say the f.b.i
, the story of an art dealer and an f.b.i. raid. >>> but, first, a look at the day's most actively traded stock and how commodities u treasuries and currency also faired. >>> a $6 milton tower trump apartment, the russian mob and illegal high stakes poker games that dealt in hollywood stars like leonardo dicaprio and tobey mcguire. what do they all have in common? a $100 million money laundering scheme and 30 arrests. bertha coonz ties it all together for us. >> as f. f.b.i. agents raided the building. federal authorities searched the 34-year-old owner with playing a leading role in a massive international gambling ring caterering to celebrities and wall street professionals. and a money-laundering conspiracy that stretched from new york to kiev. prosecutors say the mob laundered millions in elicit profits through real estate including a 63rd floor apartment in truch tower. >>> they were saddened to see the gallery implicated in criminal activity. but they know that it's not a member of the art dealer's association of america. he's not known for fostering and nurturing artists as many oth
against databases. f.b.i. agents are examining the remains of a treasure cooker recovered at the scene. the president is scheduled to leave joint base andrews at 5:20 in less than an hour. he will speak today about the first responders to the attack focusing on their heroism. >> employees of a local company are shocked to discover one their products helped detonate one of the boston bombs. >> there is a battery that is made in a company in fremont designed to fit into come pat remote-controlled cars or trucks and can only be ordered online or prepared through specialty hobby shops. the company has contacted the f.b.i. to provide information. >> today, a vigil will honor the victims of the boston bombings in a run locally. the group responsible has plan add three-mile run, one mile for each victim killed in the attack. the run will start at 7:30 tonight on college avenue and end at snow park. runners will hold a moment silence for the victims. abc7 news will break into programming when the president visits boston this morning. he is scheduled to speak after 8:00 a.m. our time and our re
of suspected bomber. the f.b.i. is examining photographs including some taken at a lord & taylor store showing a man near the finish line using a cell phone with a black back strapped across his chest. >> if the f.b.i. has a face from surveillance video at lord & taylor or local television they could be able to use facial recognition software to run that face against databases. >> in addition, f.b.i.ing as are examining debris in the remains of a pressure cooker record at the crime scene. >> they will be able to identify the items down to, perhaps, the type of bag, the type of accelerant, the type of detonator, all that becomes extremely important in a trial if you can match those items to a suspect. >> the president will not just talk about the victims but he will discuss the first responders and some of the heroes from the marathon. >> we have been talking about how president obama will speak in boston. right now this is a live picture of marine i at joint base andrews and what three is doing is he and mrs. obama will be boarding air force one to head to logan airport in boston scheduled arr
are injured and the death toll right now is unknown. >>steve: fox news has confirmed f.b.i. has clear photographs of two suspects in the boston marathon bombing. we're going to tell you what we know this morning. >>brian: we have a picture. and a mississippi man arrested for sending poison-laced letters to the president of the united states and other lawmakers on capitol hill. all of these stories right now. >>gretchen: first that fox news alert from texas. terror as a massive blast rips through a fertilizer plant near waco, texas. the horrifying moment caught on cell phone video. >> are you okay? >> i can't hear. get out of here. please get out of here. >> oh my god! >>gretchen: the fire explosion leveling dozens of homes and businesses within an eight to ten-block radius. here's what we know so far this morning. police believe 5 to 15 people may be dead. three to five volunteer fire fighters are missing. more than 160 others have been hurt. >>brian: after the fire comes an explosion. almost within two hours of the fire. and people instinctively go there. it's a small town. many peop
typically does the f.b.i. work with other countries. i assume the video has gone global by now? >> i assume it has. they work closely with the border up in canada as you are referring to. i do think that the individuals most likely have gone out of the area, i think starting to look through videos and if they thought they had safety where they were. they would have high taled it out of there. and looking outside of the country would be important. there is a number of things that the f.b.i. is looking for. i am hopeful and i think it is a stunning development in the case. >> all right. we want to thank you for joining us on the program tonight. bill daley former f.b.i. and agency. we want to direct your attention you can look at it on foxnew it is.comwith bret baier is next. so we are looking at the video here. greg, you mentioned stuff
that need to be collected and cat hrogz, packaged and da da catalogued, eventually transported to the f.b.i. for analysis. they have a particular section that is called the t-dac, it is the terrorist explosive device analytical center. they have highly trained individuals who have seen a lot of improvise eddie vices both domestically and internationally >> we saw images of balance bearings the other day. -- ball bearings the other day, maybe evidence of a circuit board. perhaps there was a zipper that purchase jived the bombing. how does that -- survived the bombing. how does that all fit together and where do you start on that? >> the ball bearings the significance of those really is the addition of shrapnel to a device. when the device explodes adds additional material which can travel through the air at a high rate of speed causing injury to individuals as well as physical destruction to inch and ta math objects. the use of electron cal components can be used in a variety of different ways to initiate a device and individuals will have to make a determination if those electronic componen
that the f.b.i. would prefer him to enjoy a hot cup of shut the [bleep] up. and cnn fills the entire afternoon in between those bookends with this. >> there's clearly something afoot today. now you have people who are out there pulling back some. >> we're getting conflicting reports about an arrest. >> there has been a misunderstanding. >> at this point it appears the people who have been reliable sources to us the past 48 hours either were giving us inaccurate information or got out ahead on themselves. >> there's been a lot of confusion. >> we don't know what's right or not right. as anderson said you don't want to go down the road of speculation wrongfully >> jon: that's what you were doing. you spent an hour debating the merits of your own fiction. see, we're accustomed to 24 news networks thriving on conflicts. generally that conflict is between two outside parties. cnn's reporters have discovered that they can remove the middleman. and spend hours of programming fighting amongst themselves. they have figured out a way to [bleep] in their own mouth. cnn has become the human sent
offial says the company is horrified. the company says it has reached out to boston police and the f-b-i. but hasn't heard directly from investigators. we will continue to follow this developing story. and bring you the latest updates here on kron 4. on our 24/7 bay area news channel- comcast 193. and on our website. kron4 dot com. >> new tonight at eight. the family of a south bay teen who killed herself. after reportedly being bullied with pictures showing her being sexually assaulted. has filed a legal claim against her high school. audrie pott's family says the school was negligent. district officials are defending their actions. as kron four's terisa estacio reports, legal experts say this is a case that could affect schools everywhere. >> what did at the school know and what did they know about it? >> reporter: the school officials could be facing legal action. serious legal action if they failed to take appropriate disciplinary actions. school know and when did they know it. former prosecutor and criminal deffense attorney steven clark says school officials could be facing serious
by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >> pelley: tonight, the f.b.i. zeros in on a picture from the boston bombing. one security camera caught a person who is now the subject of a manhunt, and we know more about the marathon bombs from the parts found in the wreckage. bob orr, john miller and elaine quijano on the investigation. the senate has decided the fate of national gun control. >> so, all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. >> pelley: chip reid has the results. a threat to the president was intercepted before it reached the white house. wyatt andrews has the story. there's a break in the case of the murdered prosecutors in texas. manuel bojorquez is there. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley.
came in was call director mueller at the f.b.i. to get an update on this. because obviously we -- there no familiar in america -- family in america that wants justice than the state department family, believe me. so i wanted to know where we are. and i think we are making progress. now, there's video as you-all know. we have identified people. and they are building a case. we are going through the tedious, laborious, and very difficult process of gaining evidence from the part of the country which is dangerous. and working in a place where the standards are different and the expectations are different. we are working through that. but i can guarantee you this. i think all of you know because of bob mueller's service, and peoplera years that passed a law to allow him to serve, there is no more dedicated or capable leader of the f.b.i. and there is nobody more committed to do this. i have confidence in that. i also have confidence in something else. this president of the united states made it clear once before that he would do what was necessary to bring somebody to justice. and
said the f.b.i. is investigating this as an act of terrorism and the full force of the federal government will support the response and the federal investigation. there is no current evidence that the attack was part of a broader plot. but out of caution, we don't to keep in place enhanced security measures seen and unseen with coordination of state and local partners. we urge the american people to remain vigil legend and report any signs of suspicious activity to local law enforcement. we thank the people of boston for their response. we stand in solidarity with them and with everyone who has been making sure that the response, the recovery, and the investigation continue full force. beyond that, mr. chairman, i should not say anything in an unclassified setting except to reassure the committee that d.h.s. is put in full force into providing the f.b.i. with any and all assistance it requires in addition doing a number of other things with the city of boston. >> thank you. >> as you know, this year marks the 10th anniversary of the d.h.s., the largest creation of federal gover
, former f.b.i. agent, mr. rogers of michigan. such time as he may consume. the chair: the gentleman from michigan is recognized. mr. rogers: thank you for your work on this. last year you expressed strong reservations about certain privacy protections and you were willing to sit down and work with us to try to find and make sure he we sent that very clear message about protecting privacy in this bill, and i thought the language was excellent and added to that purpose. it is -- it really does prevent any information from being -- in the bill from being misused by a company for anything other than the bill's strictly defined cybersecurity purpose, but this bill adds an important clarification, this amendment, to make congress' intent absolutely clear. to try again to assure the american public this is about security while protecting civil liberties. i urge my colleagues to support this amendment. . barton: reclaiming my time want to thank my staff. also i want to thank the chairman and the ranking member, see nothing other speakers, i yield back the balance of my time. the chair: the gentl
that the f.b.i. maintains, depends on the states sending information to the f.b.i. that they could use to screen out gun buyers. as a matter of fact, the shooter at the virginia tech had been adjudicated mentally ill by the state of virginia, but that information was never forwarded to the f.b.i. to be used on a background check. so he could therefore purchase weapons without a hit occurring on the nics background check system. after 2008, we passed legislation encourage the states, trying to incentivize them to send the information to the f.b.i. so that wouldn't happen again. and we know from the general accountability of course, the g.a.o., that the report of compliance with that law is dismal indeed. many states just simply haven't done it. i believe there are things we can do to further incentivize the states to send that information so that the background check system maintained by the f.b.i. actually works to preclude shooters like the virginia tech shooter from legally buying weapons because there would be a hit on the background check system, and he would be stopped from that s
with f, ends with r. i got a u in the middle, try it. fur. fur. or your hair. okay. guess what holds electrons very nicely? it begins with r, ends with u-b-b-e-r. rubber. rubber, okay? and so when i take the rubber and i scrape it against the fur, what am i doing? i rub electrons from the fur onto the rod. now, the rod has more electrons than before. you, people at front row, can you see those things? yes. okay. [makes noise] follow me, i'll make your crops grow. hey--okay. it turns out-- no, i'm kidding around. but there are more electrons on here than before. so i say this is charged. now, you got to tell me, negatively charged, or positively charged? negative. neighbor. how many say negatively charged? all right. that's because the electrons themselves are negative. and by the way, do you know who is the one who put-- who gave us the idea of negative and positive charges? a first, first-rate scientist with a world-wide reputation in science. his name was bf. benjamin franklin. benjamin franklin. that's right. benjamin franklin was noted as a first-rate scientist before he became a
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